The proceeding text enlightens the interested candidates about the objectives of the course along with how the students will work, what will be expected of them, and how will they be assessed (Excite Education, 2001). Course Description “Tell me, and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand.” — Chinese Proverb The proverb mentioned above, sometimes accredited to Confucius, encapsulates a core constituent of educating and training nurses: the utilization of simulation labs during clinical rotation. Previously, the nursing students had were expected to implement their book knowledge directly on to a human, during those times they had no “Sim Man” to practice on. This built a great deal of pressure on the student since the students had to perform well under the supervision of the doctor or other supervisors; it also meant that one mistake on their part and the patient they are dealing with can be harmed. Nevertheless, simulation nursing allows the individual students to apply their text book knowledge without pressure building. It allows the user to practice their knowledge and to perform better with confidence (Clavreul, 2012). The course has been thoughtfully designed and is functional for all nursing students who have lucratively completed their Level III requirements. In other words, all Level IV, Level V, APO, or RN-MSN nursing students are entitled. Any non-nursing students interested in learning about nursing simulation are advised to communicate with the instructor as well. Enrollment for the course is limited to 20 students in order to keep this course to a controllable size. The academic health science centre UCL Partners, which comprises more than 30 NHS organisations and education bodies, is establishing the course (Nursing Nimes, 2012). Learning objectives The objective behind designing a course is to educate nurses and also train them before they step in to the field and start practicing in the nursing career. It is also aimed at building the confidence and release the student from the pressure that was built previously. The students will be more confident while working in the real situations after they have worked with the created scenarios. Since, the course offers training as well the nurses will be more competent in their work. That is the course will aim at providing the nurses with the capability of dealing with situations in the real work environment after practicing upon the dummies (Galloway, 2009). Nevertheless, there is a possibility that students may feel confident while working with the dummies but may feel lost when they come across a real environment. In order to curb this problem the course has developed certain activities that will overcome such short comings in the course. Another objective of the course is to polish the nurses while taking care of the patients. In order to fulfill this objective nurses will be taught how to pass the information to the patient in terms of its progress. Usually nurses are well skilled when it comes to technicalities of their job. But when the nurse is to deliver of communicate a certain information they falter behind (Galloway, 2009). Moreover, the objective of the course also involves the process of briefing and debriefing the patients or the attendants of the patient.